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1: If this is your first time I would use a page of card stock the same size as a piece of copy paper.
mixed media artists
For those of you who have been following, you will know that I have been participating in an Altered Books Round Robin with my chapter of the Canadian Bookbinders and Book Artists Guild since last fall. As this was a collaborative long-term project that spoke to the very essence of who I am as an artist, I have been blogging about the month’s theme and creative process to respond to it. For those not familiar with a round robin of this nature, here are the rules: Each book artist in the group begins altering a hard cover book of at least 50 pages on a theme of their choice.
Karen Hatzigeorgiou, Altered Book Artist - CaiLun.info - Artist Books Paper & Bookbinding Blog - Cai Lun - Dennis YuenAltered book and collage artist Karen Hatzigeorgiou constantly seeks for inspirations through color, texts and vintage images. As a result, her work "intertwines text and imagery in an interesting way." Her themes are mostly around people and nature.
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Altered Bits: Altered Art Gallery, Mixed Media Art Gallery, Altered Dolls, Assemblages, Found Object Art, Shadow Boxes, Shrines, ATCs, Artist Trading Cards, Altered Books, CollageMixed Media Art/Altered Art Gallery by Alicia Caudle Here are a few things to look at -- check back often as I frequently update this page. All of these items were created by me (Alicia Caudle), except the pieces at the bottom of the page that were created by Altered Bits' friends and customers displaying their fabulous use of the collage sheets and/or embellishments and other Altered Bits' goodies.
About the Altered Books: I attended an art event in Portland called Mississippi May in early 2007, and it featured the work of local emerging artists. My favorite works in the show were the magical illustrations of Timothy Karpinski , painted onto the pages of old books.